IJMTES – INDUSTRIAL MACHINE HEALTH MONITORING AND CONTROLLING USING MULTILAYER PERCEPTRON

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : R Vinodhini | N Ragavi | S Vinitha | P Abinaya | R Saraswathi  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 03 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 31-33

Abstract – Developing an intelligent system to overcome the problems of maintenance management and applying Neural network based fault diagnostics method for effectively identify the machine faults at an early stage using different quantities (Measures or Readings) such as current, voltage, temperature, and vibrations . By applying peltier based power generation from machines heat energy and generated power is stored in a rechargeable battery to deliver power for various loads. The electric energy demand will increase in the future, and the will to exploit larger amounts of generation from renewable resources requires the development of new strategies to manage a more complex electrical system.

Keywords— Single Induction Motor; Health monitoring; Fault Diagnosis; Zigbee Technology 

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